Monthly Archives: June 2013

Weak Geek

I had the fortune of having a computer programmer as a good friend for a while. He taught me many things about my computer, such as Alt-C to copy; Alt-A to copy everything that is highlighted; how to insert clipart … Continue reading

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The Tiger Did It

Almost always, I have two books going at the same time. Usually I am reading one that I have checked out from the library and one that has been loaned to me by the Lawrences, my book benefactors. They buy … Continue reading

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Lula Mae’s Legacy

If you’ve been reading my blogs for a while, you have certainly noticed that I occasionally mention my best friends, Dan and Glenda Lawrence. I have known the Lawrences for many, many years. We raised children together. Now that I … Continue reading

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Six for Father’s Day

I am notoriously predictable. Some would say I’m in a rut, but I don’t think so. I just very much enjoy Kentucky Fried Chicken hot wings and stop by on my way home after church every Sunday for my five … Continue reading

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The Exodus from Exodus

The latest news from the world of gay reparative therapy is that Exodus International has apologized to its clients for harm they may have done over three decades and shut down. I was a participant in this organization for three … Continue reading

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Number, Please

When I was growing up in the 1940’s, the voices of the operators were voices familiar to everyone especially if you lived in a small town like mine. Our phone number was 307-R; we were on a party line with … Continue reading

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I Was Petless

Years ago after I left home and was living alone, some of my fellow teachers were concerned that I had no pet. I had grown up with dogs–two cocker spaniels named Mademoiselle and Lady. The children had had several pets–dogs, … Continue reading

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